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Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

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The AAMC is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

We develop strategic initiatives to cultivate a diverse and culturally prepared workforce, advance inclusion excellence, imbue equity-mindedness, and enhance engagement with local communities.

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What's New in Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

Health Equity in Academic Medicine: Recommendations From an AAMC Community Roundtable in Washington, D.C.

This new AAMC report details promising practices, critical challenges, and points for collaboration that medical schools, teaching hospitals, and residency programs across the country can implement to advance health equity in their local communities.

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New Tool Alert: Foundational Principles of Inclusion Excellence (FPIE) Toolkit

The FPIE Toolkit is a uniquely designed qualitative tool that provides an opportunity to better understand how key stakeholders view your organization’s commitment towards inclusion excellence.

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Restorative Justice in Academic Medicine (RJAM) Facilitator Training

February 9-11, 2022
Join us in-person where we will provide guidance to effectively incorporate the practice of Restorative Justice in addressing harm at medical schools, teaching hospitals, and allied health professional institutions.

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New Tool Alert: Diversity, Inclusion, Culture, and Equity (DICE) Inventory

The DICE Inventory provides usable evidence to evaluate and support the need for additional diversity activities at your institution.

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Voices of Academic Medicine

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MedEdPORTAL: Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity

Our collection of diversity, inclusion and health equity resources.

Academic Medicine: Justice, Disparities, and Meeting the Needs of Our Most Vulnerable Populations

Our collection of articles about how to eliminate inequities in care received by vulnerable and underserved populations.